The Caesars Entertainment Operating Company’s bankruptcy ended the payment of junior creditors and 63 former employees’ pensions.
According to Feds, a Costa Rica-based gambling site was caught using Amazon’s gift cards to launder money.
After US$81 million of supposedly laundered funds ended up in Philippines, the Anti Money Laundering Council is convinced casinos should be covered by the anti-money laundering law.
After Fifa announced bans on South African Football Association (Safa) officers from all football activity, its former President, Kirsten Nematandani, declared a gambling ring was behind match fixing.
Lawmakers folded on the voting of the US$3 billion deal between Gov. Rick Scott and the Seminole Tribe and now the tribe has taken the issue into judicial spheres.
Pagcor chairman and casino operators have been invited to the Senate to help lawmakers clarify how stolen funds ended up in Philippine casinos’ accounts.